Larry Kudlow

Larry Kudlow Age, Net Worth, Height, Facts
Larry Kudlow is a TV person who was born in Englewood, New Jersey, U.S. in 20/08/1947 and is now 76 years old. Larry Kudlow has a net worth of $10 Million.

How old is Larry Kudlow?

Larry Kudlow is 76 years old.

What is Larry Kudlow Net Worth?

Larry Kudlow's net worth is $10 Million.

What is Larry Kudlow Birthday?

Larry Kudlow's birthday is 20/08/1947.

What is Larry Kudlow Zodiac Sign?

Larry Kudlow's zodiac sign is Leo.

What is Larry Kudlow's Real Birth Name?

Larry Kudlow's real birth name is Lawrence Alan Kudlow.

Where is Larry Kudlow's Birthplace?

Larry Kudlow's birthplace is Englewood, New Jersey, U.S..

How Tall is Larry Kudlow?

Larry Kudlow height is 5'10''.

What is Larry Kudlow Nationality?

Larry Kudlow nationality is .

What are Larry Kudlow's Professions?

Larry Kudlow's professions are Television Personality, Television presenter.

Who is Larry Kudlow's Spouse(s)?

Nancy Gerstein (m. 1974; div. 1975)​ Susan Cullman Sicher​(m. 1981)​ Judith Pond ​(m. 1986)

Who is Larry Kudlow?

Lawrence Kudlow is an American conservative television personality and financial program host for the Fox network who served as the Director of the National Economic Council during the Trump Administration from 2018 to 2021. He assumed that role after his previous employment as a CNBC television financial news host. He held a corporate title of "economist" in the 1980s, though he is not formally educated in economics. Kudlow began his career as a junior financial analyst at the New York Federal Reserve. He soon left government to work on Wall Street at Paine Webber and Bear Stearns as a financial analyst. In 1981, after previously volunteering and working for left-wing politicians and causes, Kudlow joined the administration of Ronald Reagan as associate director for economics and planning in the Office of Management and Budget. After leaving the Reagan Administration during the second term, Kudlow returned to Wall Street and Bear Stearns, serving as the firm's chief economist from 1987 until 1994. During this time, he also advised the gubernatorial campaign of Christine Todd Whitman on economic issues. In the late 1990s, after a publicized battle with cocaine and alcohol addiction, Kudlow left Wall Street to become an economic media commentator – first with National Review, and later hosting several shows on CNBC.

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